AMG8833 IR Thermal Imager Temperature Sensor Module 8x8 Array
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AMG8833IR 8*8 Thermal Imager Array Temperature Sensor Module is an 8×8 array of IR thermal sensors. When connected to your microcontroller (or Raspberry Pi) it will return an array of 64 individual infrared temperature readings over I
2C. It’s like those fancy thermal cameras, but compact and simple enough for easy integration.
AMG8833IR 8*8 Thermal Imager Array Temperature Sensor Module is available now in Pakistan.
AMG8833IR 8*8 Thermal Imager Array Temperature Sensor Module will measure temperatures ranging from 0°C to 80°C (3
2°F to 1
76°F) with an accuracy of +-
2.5°C (4.5°F). It can detect a human from a distance of up to
23) feet. With a maximum frame rate of
10Hz, It’s perfect for creating your own human detector or mini thermal camera. We have code for using this breakout on an Arduino or compatible (the sensor communicates over I
2C) or on a Raspberry Pi with Python. On the Pi, with a bit of image processing help from the SciPy python library, we were able to interpolate the 8×8 grid and get some pretty nice results. The
AMG8833is the next generation of 8×8 thermal IR sensors and offers higher performance than it’s predecessor the AMG8831. The sensor only supports I
2C and has a configurable interrupt pin that can fire when any individual pixel goes above or below thresholds that you set.
To make it easy to use, we pick & placed it on a breakout board with a 3.3V regulator and level shifting. So you can use it with any 3V or 5V microcontroller or computer.
AMG8833Input Voltage (Volt)
3.3 – 5Operating Temperature Range
0 °C to 80 °C +3
2°F to +1
76 °F Storage Temperature Range
20 °C to 80 °C –4 °F to +1
76 °F Output sink current (mA)
10Human detection distance (meter)
7Viewing angle (degree)
60Current consumption (mA)
4.5 (normal mode) 0.
2(sleep mode) 0.8 (stand-by mode) Number of pixel
64 (Vertical 8 × Horizontal 8 Matrix)External interface
2C (fast mode) Frame rate Typical
10frames/sec or 1 frame/sec Dimensions (mm) 1
7.5 x 1
4 × 3 × 1 cm
Pin Description :
- Vin – this is the power pin. Since the sensor uses 3.3V, we have included an onboard voltage regulator that will take 3-5VDC and safely convert it down. To power, the board, give it the same power as the logic level of your microcontroller – e.g. for a 5V micro like Arduino, use 5V 3Vo – this is the 3.3V output from the voltage regulator, you can grab up to
- GND – common ground for power and logic
100mA from this if you like
Logic pins:SCL – this is the I
2C clock pin, connect to your microcontrollers I
2C clock line. There is a
10K pull-up on this pin and it is level shifted so you can use 3 – 5VDC. SDA – this is the I
2C data pin, connect to your microcontrollers I
2C data line. There is a
10K pull-up on this pin and it is level shifted so you can use 3 – 5VDC.
For Code and Wiring, testing Click Here.
How thermal camera detects :